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Club Notes February 18th 2013

posted Feb 19, 2013, 1:20 PM by Kevin Brassil

Parents, mentors are reminded that children are not allowed on the astro turf unsupervised.
Please make sure you lock the astro after you use and leave it clean.



U7 and U8 hurlers going very well in the Gormanstown Indoor Hurling Tournament with all six teams recording wins, Well done to all involved.


Speedy recovery to Aoife Ni Laoire who only returned to camogie when an unfortunate accident at work sidelined her.


Deepest sympathy to the O Ceallachain family on their recent sad loss.  Another true Gael departed. Sean Og will be remembered as one of the finest GAA broadcasters of his generation and also as a highly respected journalist and author. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam dilis.


Gaa4Mas every Sunday
on club Astro and new members always welcome.



Senior footballers - Saint Vincent de Paul Cup win over St.Maurs on a cold saturday in Parnells, Raheny 0-12 v 0-8 St Maurs.


League campaign commences next Sunday v St Vincents in Pairc Naomh Uinsionn at 11.00am. Support welcome.


Congratulations to Ballymun Kickhams
on a magnificent display v Dr.Crokes and best of luck v St.Brigids, Roscommon.



Hurling/Camogie Coaching the Coaches on Fri. 22nd Feb 7.45-9.45 on club Astro with the illustrious Paudie Butler.


All coaches are earnestly requested to attend.






Great to see Tommy Hogan on the mend.



Junior B footballers
started the year with a good challenge game win over Tyrellstown.



Minor hrlrs play challenge v St.David in Parnells Wednesday night at 7.00pm.






Good win for Dub
minor footballers v Longford.





U11/12 camogie/footballers
, fantastic to see these young girls turning up at 9am on the last two cold sunday mornings for 2 hours of intensive training. Great to see such dedication from both the girls and their mentors.


Comedy Night in the Club

Please may sure to keep Friday the 15th March 2013 free in your diary for a night of laughs!

Night in aid of the Senior Footballers!

The main act will be Eric Lawlor who is a regular on RTE with two other "up and coming" comedians.

Don't forget that there will be a draw on the night.






Torthai an Chrannchur 11 Feb 2012.
Uimhreacha2-17-21-23.

Ni raibh aon buaiteoir.

Pota Or 18-02 €1900.

Go n-eiri an t-adh libh go leir.
 


Ta Seachtain na Gaeilge ag teacht agus ta siul againn go bhfuil sibh reidh.




There is no strength without working together



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